Article - 21 Dec 2008
There are myriad ways to make your holiday celebrations more environmentally friendly this year, according to scientists at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Article - 13 Dec 2012
Christmas time is here and as usual there seems to be no end to decorating Christmas trees, the season’s main attraction. Every year, a large number of Christmas trees cherished in our homes for...
News - 28 Dec 2018
A new study at the University of Sheffield reports that it is possible to save abandoned Christmas trees from landfill and convert them into paint and food sweeteners.
Hundreds of thousands of...
News - 15 Nov 2011
On Monday 14th November 2011, a volunteer team of 40 employees from ALCOA will be delivering a 6 ft tall Christmas tree to the Carnegie Science Centre located in the North Shore River Front in...
News - 3 Dec 2009
Going ‘green’ for the first time this Christmas? Climate change expert Clint Springer, Ph.D., of Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, suggests live trees are a great way to...
News - 8 Dec 2008
Christmas trees come in many shapes and sizes, offering consumers an array of choices to make the season bright. Whether your favorite is blue spruce, Douglas fir, Scotch pine or made of PVC...
Article - 3 Dec 2013
This year a group of young scientists decided to use Brussels sprouts for a very different purpose, and help kids view this vegetable in a whole new light.
Article - 15 Nov 2012
Christmas is a part of the holiday season that we all look forward to in one way or another, whether it be spending time with loved ones, presents...eating. This season comes with a cost though, as...
News - 14 Dec 2009
Move over, white Christmas, and make way for a “green” holiday. Here are a few tips that can make the holiday season more environmentally friendly, courtesy of the American Chemical...
News - 12 Dec 2019
Botanists from Trinity College Dublin have learned that “penny-pinching” evergreen species such as Christmas favorites, ivy, and holly are more climate-ready in the face of warming...